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Walton: Broke no law in ’08 giving

Jim Walton, chairman of Arvest Bank in Bentonville and son of Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton, said on Tuesday that he did not break campaignfinance laws, and called on a union-backed anti-Wal-Mart group to apologize for making the claim. “Jim Walton is, and at all times was, in full compliance with all federal campaign contribution limits. The complaint misrepresents Mr. Walton’s contributions,” said a spokesman for Walton.

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  • Headline: Walton: Broke no law in ’08 giving
  • Publication: Business, Pages 33 on 11/07/2012
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